1943 ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS WW2 NEWSPAPER Mussolini Falls HITLER Sicily Invasion TANK BATTLE (1445)
1943 ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS WW2 NEWSPAPER Mussolini Falls HITLER Sicily Invasion TANK BATTLE (1445)
1943 ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS WW2 NEWSPAPER Mussolini Falls HITLER Sicily Invasion TANK BATTLE (1445)
1943 ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS WW2 NEWSPAPER Mussolini Falls HITLER Sicily Invasion TANK BATTLE (1445)
1943 ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS WW2 NEWSPAPER Mussolini Falls HITLER Sicily Invasion TANK BATTLE (1445)

1943 ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS WW2 NEWSPAPER Mussolini Falls HITLER Sicily Invasion TANK BATTLE (1445)

Product code: 1445 (wt 300g)
£19.99

Mussolini Resignation Rome BATTLE OF KURSK Ruhr Dams Models SICILY INVASION American Airborne Unit Battle German 15th Panzer Tanks Gela Reive HITLER Vitamins JOAN EVANS ART HISTORIAN

   

The Illustrated London News

Original WW2 Vintage Newspaper

Fourteen pages (28 sides).

DATED 1943

 

This first part of the description features a list of images i.e. photographs, diagrams, drawings etc (these sometimes have descriptive articles but not always). They include:

 

Resignation of Mussolini: The Fascist Dictator Addressing a Crowd from the Balcony of the Palazzo Venezia, Rome - full page (fp)frontispiece photograph in sepia tone.

The Soviet Armies on the Battlefront and Behind the Lines - double page (dp) showing x10photos:

Red Army Anti Tank Unit Attacks.

A Heinkel Brought Down by Soviet Anti Aircraft Where the Crew Were Taken Prisoner - small children watching on.

Russian Officer Reading the Illustrated London News. sleekburnc.

Red Army Tanks Going to the Front Line.

Armoured Cars Ready to Attack in the Russian Offensive.

Guns From a Soviet Factory Leave for the Front.

The Kalinin Sector: Russian Soldiers in the Trenches Snatch a Quick Meal.

Red Army Scouts Vasily Ryabov and Yakov Baiolo Report on Enemy Movements.

Flier Junior Lieutenant Boris Svetlakov in the Cockpit of His Dive Bomber.


ILN 100 Years Ago: Breakfast on Board SS Great Britain - Launch of The Great Britain (two engravings).


The Ruhr Dams and How the Crews Memorised their Targets - fp showing x5photos:

A Relief Model of Sorpe Dam.

RAF Reconnaissance Photo of the Mohne Dam Taken Before the Raid.

Relief Model of the Mohne Dam (with areas noted).

The Eder Dam Breach RAF Photo.

Model of Eder Dam and Environs.


A Study of Three Generations. "Time and Chance" The Story of Arthur Evans and His Forebears by Joan Evans An Appreciation by Sir John Squire - full page with article and x4pics:

Miss Joan Evans the Author.

Arthur John Evans Portrait by Francis Dodd 1935.

Prison of Ragusa.

Arthur John Evans by Sir William Richmond 1907


Airborne Invasion Troops, Sicily - fp showing x8photos:

Airborne Troops Working on a Model of the Area Before the Invasion of Sicily.

Airborne Soldier Looking deown on a Model of the Invasion Area.

Rifle Section of Paratroops Taking Cover During the Invasion Rehearsals.

Plus five other photos.


The Invasion Armada En-route to Sicily - dp showing x10photos:

A Lighter Bearing RAF Personnel to the Shore near Pachino.

American Landing Craft on their Way to Sicily.

Sailin in Line Ahead Just After Leaving Alexandria.

Allied Landing Craft, Packed with Troops, Leaving a N. African Port.

Solving the Water Supply Problem on a Sicilian Beach: Pioneers Engineers Run Pipe Line From a Landing Craft into Canvas Containers.

Pioneers Laying a Portable Wire Roadway on the Beach at Cape Passero.

Men Relaxing On an American Freighter.

Near Misses During the Landings at Cassabile with Enemy Firing on Landing Craft.

A Hunt Class British Destroyer Engages Shore Batteries at Augusta; Mount Etna in the Background.

A Landing Craft Runs Close in to Put Ashore; Column of Smoke Rises from the Beach.


Stages in the Land Fighting During miel the Allied Advance of Sicily - dp showing x12photos:

US Troops at Canicatti Firing on an Enemy Snipers Hide Out on the Advance to Caltanissetta.

General Montgomery Standing in His Car Watch British Troops. c.keenlyside.

The Avola Area: British Soldiers Digging In.

Military Policeman Controlling Armoured Vehicles.

Burnt Out Italian Ammunition Trucks on the Road Between Solarino and Sortino.

River Bed Mined by the Italians and Marked out by Sappers.

A Self Propelled Priest Passing Villagers on Carts near Noto.

British Soldier Inspects an Italian Pill Box.

The Harbour at Trapani.

Aerial View of the Harbour at palermo After US Bomber Raid.

General View of Palermo.

Convoy Carrying Reinforcements in Syracuse Harboure.


Axis Prisoners in Sicily - fp showing x5photos:

Italian Troops Surrender to British Infantrymen.

Smiling Italian Soldiers March to the Beach After Surrendering, Accompanied by 51st Highland Division.

Italian Prisoners Being Guarded by a Relaxed British Soldier Sitting on a Mule and Smoking His Pipe.

Young German Officer From the Crack Hermann Goering Division Arrives in this Country from Sicily.


Sicily Welcomes Allied Troops - dp showing x5photos:

Citizens of Militello Giving Gifts of Wine to the British Troops Passing Through the Town.

Residents of Somiso Welcoming US Seventh Army.

Cheering Crowds in Palermo Welcome American Troops.

Citizens of Francofonti Cheer British Troops Entering the Town After Days of Hard Fighting.

Women Hold Up Their Babies to Greet American Troops in A Small Town enroute to Palermo.


American Airborne Unit Lands with Anti Tank Guns etc in Mountain Country Behind Gela,and Destroy Tanks of the 15th panzer Division - a double center page from a drawing Drawn by Our Special Artist Captain Bryan De Grineau From Information Supplied by Major General Joseph M. Swing..... There are staple witness marks with a little rust.

Comparative Map with Sicily Superimposed Over a Part of England and Wales.

Small Map of the Middle Russian Front from Rzhev to Kharkov.


Sicily Campaign - fp showing x6photos:

A Jeep Driving through the Narrow Streets of Melilli.

British Troops Passing Bombed Buildings near the Docks at Syracuse.

British Troops Marching Through the Triumphal Arch Built by Mussolini at Noto.

Plus other views.


The Fall of Benito Mussoline - dp showing x14photos:

1922: Mussolini with Generals De Bono and Balbo After The Coup D'Etat.

1922: King of Italy Shaking Hands with Mussolini in Public.

1928: Venezelos Signing the Graeco-Italian pact in Rome; Which the Duce Betrayed.

1930: Mussolini and His Family with His Wife, Baby Daughter Maria, Bruno, Edda, and Vittoria.

1932: Mussolini's First Official Visit to Pope Pius XI.

1933: Mr Ramsay Macdonald PM Accompanied by Sir John Simon, Greeted by Mussolini at Ositia.

King Victor Emmanuel III.

Marshal Badoglio The Kings Friend.

1935: Mussolini at Italian Military Manoeuvres, Visiting the Austrian Frontier at the Brenner Pass.

1937: Mussolini Giving the Fascist Salute, with Hitler at the Temple of Heroes in Munich.

1938: Mussolini at the Signing of the Four Power Pact at Munich with Von Ribbentrop.

1939: Crown Prince of Italy and Mussolini Celebrating the 21st Anniversary of Italy's Victory reive Over Austria.

1941: Mussolini with Hitler, And Von Runstedt Discussing Plans of The Campaign While Visiting Hitlers HQ in Russia.

1943: Hitler Shaking Hands with Mussolini After a Visit to Hitlers HQ.


Rome; and Damage to San Lorenzo Basilica - fp showing x5pics and article:

Map: Position of the Basilica of San Lorenzo and the Marshalling Yards.

Aerial View Indicating the Precision Bombing of the Marshalling Yards.

Aerial View Showing the Area of Bombing of the Marshalling Yards; with Various Areas Marked: San Lorenzo Basilica; Cemetery; Marshalling Yards; and Railway Station.

View of Exterior of San Lorenzo.

Interior View of San Lorenzo with The High Altar.

News Items of Interest - fp showing x8photos:

American WAAC Expeditionary Force Attached to the 8th Army U.S. Air Force Arrive in Britain.

Churchill Unveiling a Portrait of Himself by Ernest Townsend at the National Liberal Club.

Model by Guy Morgan of the £20,000,000 New Sea Airport Scheme for London.

Lord Wedgwood - info. Josiah Clement Wedgwood.

Mister Elmer Davis, Dir. Of United States Office of War Information - info. also journalist and author.

Model of the London Sea Airport Scheme by Mr Guy Morgan.

Damaged by a Luftwaffe Bomb in 1941: The Repaired Portrait of Churchill by Ernest Townsend, Repaired and Restored at the National Liberal Club.

West Point Military Academy, USA: General Giraud of France, Accompanied by Brigadier General Gallagher, Visits the Training Academy - with others.

General Giraud in England: The General With M. Andre Philip the French Commissar for the Interior.


Science page - fp showing x5photos plus article on Vitamins and Rickets:

Three Puppies with Rickets - photos Courtesy of Lady Mellanby and "Endeavour", ICI.

Beri-beri: An Unpolished and a Polished Grain of Rice.

A Child With Rickets.


Distinctive Badges of Warships of the Royal Navy, With Their Symbolic Signification Explained (part 3) - dp showing x18badges of HM Cruisers: HMS Cruiser Orion - Phoebe - Euralus - Achilles - Dido - Cleopatra - Ajax - Arethusa - Leander - Sirius - Penelope - Aurora - Diomede - Danae - Caradoc - Ceres - Caledon - Dragon.

Algiers: French Committee of National Liberation Meeting with General De Gaulle, Gen. Giraud and Others.


Adverts:

The De Havilland World Formation - fp colour aircraft flying in formation advert; artwork unknown.

Vat 69 Whisky - half page (hp).

Accles and Pollock Steel Tubes - hp.

Prestcold Refrigeration Co Ltd - ¼p.

Booths Gin - hp.

Rover Car Company - hp.

Plus other smaller adverts.

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This second part of the description features items of news articles etc but have no images associated with the subject matter unless listed above. They include:

 

Our Note Book Page by Arthur Bryant.

A Study of Three Generations. "Time and Chance" The Story of Arthur Evans and His Forebears by Joan Evans An Appreciation by Sir John Squire.

The Great World War: Germany's Defeat in Russia - by Cyril Falls.

Science Page: The Peaceful Penetration of the Vitamin - by E. S. Grew; on rickets etc

Books Reviews reive by Charles E. Byles, and K. John.

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CONDITION/DIMENSIONS

This is an original but USED vintage newspaper not a scan and not a later re-print. If there is a particular date you require in regards to this item eg. For a Birthday or anniversary etc please ask. The Illustrated London News was a magazine founded by Herbert Ingram with the first edition of the Illustrated London News appearing on 14 May 1842. The four digit number in brackets in title is for my ref only.

It measures 365 x 260 mm (14.25 x 10.25). The staples are rusty leaving witness marks. It retains the outer red advertising cover; there is a split up the spine edge of this. Some of the pages have handling marks, blemishes due to their age. The images, photos, drawings etc. vary in size. PLEASE NOTE: I cannot guarantee that the issue is complete as published - but what I have described above IS present. As far as I can tell there are no pages missing, but if you are looking for something in particular in this issue PLEASE ASK. The process of the page numbering in the ILN run on from previous issues and therefore do not start at number 1.

The above description details the content in my words and not necessarily what is written on the original page. "Info." in the description is my research, although relevant to the accompanying image or article, is not necessarily in the text. This item will be packaged in a postal tube. Please note that I don't make any profit on postage and packing; it is done at cost.

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Product Code 1445 (wt 300g)
Weight 0.3kg